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KLMC works in the Arid and Semi-Arid regions of Kenya worst affected by conflict. Conflict over boundaries, whether political or administrative need not be a guise to cause disharmony, insecurity, death, loss of livestock and destruction of property. The violence pitting the clans in these areas is also blamed on political incitement as opposed to natural resource or any other causes. For Kenyans to have  peace and smooth transition, such acts must cease.

KLMC works to enable communities address the underlying causes of violence and to build meaningful peace at  grassroots level. We also participates in conflict resolution activities and still meet regularly on the ongoing community peace-building meetings.

Conflict over boundaries, whether political or administrative need not be a guise to cause disharmony, insecurity, death, loss of livestock and destruction of property. The violence pitting the clans in these areas is also blamed on political incitement as opposed to natural resource or any other causes. For Kenyans to have a peace and smooth transition, such acts must cease.

The KLMC is working with communities to ensure they give dialogue a chance and cease the hostilities and has spearheaded inter-community peace dialogue in partnership with other stakeholders.

  • KLMC Participated in Tana River clash resolution.
  •  KLMC was in the forefront in solving community conflicts in Marsabit County by developing dialogue arrangements between the traders.

 

Cross border conflict resolution between Turkana and Pokot communities of Northern Kenya

For many decades peacemaking between Turkana and Pokot communities in Northern Kenya has been very elusive. Major factors influencing cross border conflict resolution between the two communities with the aim of determining the extent to which local politics, local culture, social and the prevailing economic conditions influence interventions for durable conflict resolution. Cross border conflict has been evolving taking many forms currently manifested through regular cattle raids, highway banditry, conflict over resources such as land, pasture and water.

KLMC officials visited Turkana  on the concern Cattle of catle rustling

 

 

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KLMC officials in participation in inter-clan disputes on shoats stolen between

Turkana and Pokot 

 

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KLMC  continues to solve livestock trade and conflicts of pasture and water in the ASAL regions.

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